now I'm a bit confused, is my bcc address not the same as my "normal" address?
Here is the query with no search term:
sphinx query: 'SELECT id FROM main1,dailydelta1,delta1 WHERE MATCH('
(@from cXroeserXsaftigXnet | @to cXroeserXsaftigXnet) ') ORDER BY `sent` DESC
LIMIT 0,20 OPTION max_matches=1000' in 0.00 s, 14 hits, 14 total found
For the tests the user was created manually, I only entered the email address,
username, full name, domain and password.
Von: Janos SUTO [mailto:s...@acts.hu]
Gesendet: Montag, 12. Februar 2018 17:44
An: Piler User <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Betreff: Re: BCC not shown
check the Sphinx query in the mail log. I suspect that your bcc address is not
in the query.
The fix depends on what authentication you are using.
From: "Christian Röser - PELMA"
Sent: Mon Feb 12 17:37:09 GMT+01:00 2018
To: Piler User
Subject: BCC not shown
I need some help. Today I made some tests with my piler installation and I
found a problem that drives me crazy - but I assume there could be simple
configuration problem. Messages I receive as bcc are not shown in the search
I checked if the exchange server behaves correctly, here seems everything fine.
The system generates two e-mails, one for the normal recipient and a separate
one for the bcc recipient. Piler receive both e-mails, stores the first one and
recognizes for the second e-mail that it have the same message-id. In the
metadata table exists an entry and in the rcpt table two entries for this id.
Nevertheless only in the search results of the "normal" recipient the message
Is the some parameter missing?